- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: July 24, 2007
- Label: Preservation Hall
- 1.Radio Intro
- 2.How Long Blues
- 3.Eh la Ba
- 4.Band Introduction
- 5.Apple Tree
- 6.Complicated Life
- 7.Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
- 9.Lord I Don't Want to Be Buried
- 10.Over in the Gloryland
- 11.Heebie Jeebies
- 12.Blow Wind Blow
- 13.Sugar Blues
- 14.I Can't Give You Anything But Love
- 15.Who Threw the Whiskey in the Well
- 16.Precious Lord
- 17.Last Chance to Dance
Preservation Hall Jazz Band: Sister Gertrude Morgan (vocals, guitar); Ralph Johnson (clarinet); Ernest Doc Watson (tenor saxophone); Big Jim Robinson (trombone); Rickie "Professor" Monie, Rickie Monie (piano); Walter Payton, Benjamin Jaffe (bass instrument); Joseph "Little Joy" Lastie, "Little Nasty" Lastie, Joseph "Little Wood" Lastie, Ninth Ward Joe, Joseph "Fish" Lastie (drums); De De Pierce, Billie Pierce, Clint Maedgen, Frank Demond, John Brunious, Allan Jaffe, Narvin Kimball, Percy Humphrey, Sing Miller, Willie Humphrey, Carl LeBlanc, Josiah "Cie" Frazier.
Personnel: Carl LeBlanc (vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo); John Brunious (vocals, trumpet); De De Pierce (vocals, cornet); Billie Pierce, Sing Miller (vocals, piano); Clint Maedgen (vocals); Frank Demond (banjo, trombone); Narvin Kimball (banjo); Ralph Boyd Johnson, Willie Humphrey (clarinet); Percy Humphrey (trumpet); Allan Jaffe (tuba); Stanton Moore, Josiah "Cie" Frazier (drums).
Additional personnel: Larry Borenstein, Tiana Hux, New Orleans Bingo! Show, Olympia Brass Band, Stanton Moore.
Liner Note Author: Benjamin Jaffe .
Recording information: Art Studios, French Quarter, New Orleans, LA (1959-2006); Dinkelspiel Auditorium Stanford University (1959-2006); French Quarter, New Orleans, LA (1959-2006); New Orleans, LA (1959-2006); Saint Peter Street, New Orleans, LA (1959-2006); Seasaint Recording Studios, New Orleans, LA (1959-2006).
Introduction bys: Larry Borenstein; Allan Jaffe.
Photographer: Shannon Brinkman.
When it comes to keeping the flame of traditional New Orleans jazz, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band is a city (and state) institution. Founded in the 1960s, the PHJB is a flexible combination of surviving old-time practitioners and younger players faithful to the sounds of King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, and the other lesser-known giants of N'awlins jazz. MADE IN NEW ORLEANS is a limited edition, decades-spanning box set including a CD, DVD, seven-inch vinyl record, and photographs. The highlights range from the Creole tune "Eh Lah Bah," sung by local trad jazz legends Billie and De De Pierce, to a jolly cover of the 1971 Kinks song "Complicated Life" to the excellent concert footage on the DVD. MADE is a virtual treasure trove for serious devotees of both the PHJB and New Orleans culture.